The Bar Council of India has sought special leave from the Supreme Court to appeal the Madras High Court ruling that foreign lawyers can temporarily travel to India to advise clients. The Bar Council is represented by
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International law firms have looked longingly at the booming legal services market in India for decades, but the country remains largely off limits for foreign lawyers. In February this year the Madras High Court in
The Madras high court has resolved the issue of whether foreign lawyers may fly into India temporarily to advise on international law. In a significant move, the Court held that under Indian law foreign lawyers may
The Madras High Court is deliberating on the future of 31 international legal process outsourcing firms in India, after counsel concluded arguments about the legality of their presence in the country under Indian law.
New reports show that 31 per cent of the sanctioned posts in India's high courts remain vacant - a whopping 285 vacant posts at the end of 2011. According to the Ministry of Law, the main problem they face in filling the
The Foreign Law Firms case was listed before the Madras High Court today and after being delayed for several weeks the matter was taken up in Court Hall 2 of the Madras High Court. Advocate A.K. Balaji who represents
A year after the large scale lawyers protest at the Madras High Court, history has repeated itself. The Madras High Court today witnessed a fresh round of violence and attacks by its lawyers.
PILs and litigations begin: Tweeting Tharoor, the taxman, CCI: Could the real owners step forward please?
These days every controversy calls for a public interest litigation (PIL), especially when there are prominent personalities involved.